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Gov. Browns signs nation's toughest laws on livestock antibiotics use

Saturday, October 10, 2015 California has adopted the toughest limits in the nation on the use of antibiotics in livestock. Gov. Jerry Brown announced Saturday that he had signed a measure that prohibits meat producers from routinely giving antibiotics to healthy animals to prevent illness or promote growth.


Culinary Institute alumni key players in Pittsburgh restaurant, hospitality scene

Pittsburgh is home to more than 40 alumni of the Culinary Institute of America. Most of them got a degree before Pittsburgher Tim Ryan became president of the Hyde Park, N.Y., school in 2001, because in the early 2000s, local culinary students could go to Le Cordon Bleu Institute of Culinary Arts, the Downtown for-profit school that was accredited in 2002 and closed in 2012. 



Don’t Miss This Little-Known Source of College Scholarship Money

October 13, 2015 - Most students think in terms of federal aid. But your home state may offer more than you realize, as this guest expert explains. It’s been said that home is where the heart is. For students seeking financial assistance for higher education, it’s also where a lot of the scholarships are.

4 Ways to Make Your Scholarship Essay Stand Out

Writing a stellar scholarship essay can help you get more money for college. That's where a great application essay comes in. The essay is your best chance to make the case for why you should receive the scholarship........


Celebrity Chef Updates

Celebrity Chef Visits Local Restaurants

SIOUX FALLS, SD - Creator and host of the cooking television show Good Eats, Celebrity Chef Alton Brown knows plenty about delicious food, along with his peers here in Sioux Falls.

Match Made in Heaven: Tom Colicchio Joins MSNBC As Food Correspondent

February 19, 2015 - Tom Colicchio and MSNBC go together like peanut butter and jelly, or government incompetance and food stamps — wait, never mind.


Restaurant News

Is restaurant tipping about to meet its end in New York?

February 20, 2015 - The battle over tipping may soon erupt into a full-fledged food fight in New York. The state is considering raising its hourly tipped wage to $7.50 per hour starting December 2015, a proposal that would increase the hourly rates of waiters and waitresses by 50 percent.



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